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|Wouter Walmink and Alexander Rulkens|
|Free online tools that "let you play with your own creativity," designed by two Dutch industrial and interaction designers in Eindhoven. Create your own patterns with Repper; your own tessellating coasters with Epa:kato; your own fractals and other complex shapes out of simple instructions with Elise; or your own nets of boxes in any size with the parametric tool Magic Box, complete with dashed lines to indicate flaps to "fold here." See also studio:ludens' visualizer so_many_a_second, which represents statistics on a human scale by depicting rates as ongoing streams of events cascading down your screen: plastic cups used by airlines per second; smoking deaths per second; additional people per second who lack access to safe water; stars born per second.|
|Levels:||Elementary, Middle School (6-8), High School (9-12), College|
|Resource Types:||Commercial Businesses, Web Interactive/Java|
|Math Topics:||Large Numbers, Patterns/Relationships, Communicating Math, Fractals, Polyhedra, Symmetry/Tessellations, Graphing of Data, Art|
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